of 10,000 people would sustain a vocational school, whilst a group of four or two Communes
, as the case may be, would need to have a secondary school.
Ross successfully unmoors the Paris Commune
from the mythologies of Leninist-Marxist communism and French bourgeois republicanism; unfortunately Ross also unmoors the Paris Commune
's political imaginary from its roots in Proudhon's and Bakunin's thought and, more importantly, the working-class, libertarian milieu of the Commune
Nucleotide sequencing for diagnosis of sinusal infection by Schizophyllum commune
, an uncommon pathogenic fungus.
executives were appointed by the district governors.
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He draws from secondary scholarship pertaining to the New Odessa Commune
and other American utopian settlements, Jews in the Russian Empire and the United States, Oregon, the American Jewish Worker's movement, and Am Olam.
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To those who have researched various communes
and sought to locate the records at Queensland State Archives, this chapter is authoritative and demonstrates a high level of validity in the world of historical research.
The percentage of farmers in each commune
using crop rotation ranged from 0 to 95 percent.
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discussion of why baby boys have big testicles at birth.
The NEC results showed that the CPP won 8,283 commune
councilor seats, the Sam Rainsy Party, the country's main opposition party, gained 2,155 commune
councilor seats, the Human Rights Party took 800 seats, Funcinpec Party won 160 seats while Norodom Ranariddh Party achieved only 53 seats.
Since the commune
had no source of income Bernofsky and his friends lived off food stamps and occasional donations.